Sure. I guess the method you use would depend on your requirements. How many different dropdown list configurations do you want? If it's just two (ex: one for users who are logged in as Administrator role, and one for those who are logged in as Public role), then you could use two bit columns in your database table that contains the data that fills the dropdown (called something like ShowToAdministrator and ShowToPublic). Then you could have the query that fills the dropdown list filter for only the ones that meet the user's role.<BR><BR>To implement this for a larger range of security senarios would be more complex. What are your requirements?
I think what I am going to do is just fill the one dropdown programmatically based on the user's security level. This seems to be the easiest option, not necessarily the direction I wanted to go, but it'll do. Thanks for your help.